|Media Criticism - Doyle Srader|
The link between critical reading and media literacy. Four big ideas about media criticism. Four positions for Christian media criticism, including five arguments against media consumption.
Keywords: Mass Communication; Media Criticism
|Talk Nation Radio: Jeff Cohen on media no-fly zones, killing the messenger, getting big stories wrong - David Swanson|
Jeff Cohen discusses the state of the media today. Cohen is director of the Park Center for Independent Media at Ithaca College, where he is an associate professor of journalism. Cohen founded the media watch group FAIR in 1986, and cofounded the online activist group RootsAction.org in 2011. He's the author of Cable News Confidential: My Misadventures in Corporate Media. His website is at jeffcohen.org
Keywords: media; media criticism; jeff cohen
|Why Women Turn Down Interview Requests - Redeye Collective|
Almost three-quarters of the experts commenting on issues in the mainstream media are men. Shari Graydon of Informed Opinions is interested in why women routinely refuse interview requests. Graydon is an award-winning author, educator and women’s advocate with more than 20 years of experience on both sides of the microphone. She speaks with Redeye host Lorraine Chisholm. Check out our website for more information about Redeye...
Keywords: women; feminism; inequality; radio; TV; experts; interviews; media criticism; communications
|Minimal Consent: The Books N' Tapes Podcast|
Minimal Consent is a podcasting experiment by 2 artists from Chicago IL, focusing on stream-of-consciousness dialogue, diatribe, distractions, & disagreements.
Keywords: Chicago Arts; Social Commentary; Surrealism; Humor; Art & Media Criticism
|Rag Radio 2011-02-11 / Media Critic and 'Free Press' Co-founder Robert W. McChesney - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Robert W. McChesney is a Research Professor in communications at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In 2002 McChesney co-founded the Illinois Initiative on Global Information and Communications Policy. Also in 2002 he co-founded Free Press and the Free Press Action Fund. Free Press is a national, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that is the largest media reform organization in the United States...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Bob McChesney; Authors; Journalism; Media Criticism
|The Paying Attention! Radio Program ON 980wcap March 16, 2013 - Tom Duggan, The Valley Patriot - WCAP radio|
Today's discussions: US Senator Elizabeth Warren is the dumbest person Tom has ever interviewed, all politicians lie, how democrat and the media lie about labeling and stereotyping, a preview of the Valley Patriot 9th anniversary BASH,a discussion on Law Enforcement and the propaganda woven into the dialogue of Law and Order TV show, Methuen City Councilor Jen Kannan declares for Mayor against Steve Zannim Bob Leblanc is the most hated man in Methuen, The incompetent news media reports the Catho...
Keywords: Tom Duggan; The Valley Patriot; WCAP radio; Lenny Mirra; news media criticism; CPAC; Valley Patriot 9th Anniversary Bash
|Tough Times: Changing Media Landscape - Therese Swenson|
Charles Douglas of RVTV is interviewed about a new study of news viewership and what this means for local public access
Keywords: Public Access; Politics; Economics; Independent Media; Charles Douglas; Media Criticism; Talk Show; Studio Production; Rogue Valley Community Television; RVTV; Jackson County; Oregon; State Of Jefferson
|The People Don't Know - George Seldes|
The American Press and the Cold War. Published in 1949.
Keywords: George Seldes; Fascism; Marshall Plan; Cold War; Soviet Union; Eastern Bloc; Iron Curtain; Media Criticism; Bias; Propaganda; Disinformation; World War III; War Hysteria
|Rag Radio 2013-09-27 - Newsman Dan Rather & Environmentalist Robin Rather in First Father-Daughter Interview - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Legendary newsman Dan Rather and Austin-based environmental activist Robin Rather join Thorne Dreyer for their first-ever father-daughter interview. The lively, far-ranging -- and often funny -- session includes anecdotes about Dan’s early career in Houston, his dramatic and innovative coverage of Hurricane Carla in Galveston in 1961 that led to his hiring by CBS News, his recent blogging about Aaron Sorkin's HBO series, The Newsroom, and larger issues like the corporatization of today's news ...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Dan Rather; Robin Rather; Thorne Dreyer; Dan Rather Reports; News Anchors; Environmentalists; Sustainability; Austin History; Houston History; CBS News; Save Our Springs; Hurricane Carla; Newsroom; Media Criticism; Television Journalists